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'Grand Master Paige for this part of our jurisdic
tion. We suppose that the names of the ap
pointees to these offices will be announced at one
and the same time.
R. W. Bro. Geo. W. Raymond, Grand
Lecture)'. Address No. 257 Seventh street, New
York city.
Mason!*.—Brethren of the Masonic
KITE OF MEMPHIS are requested to meet at the Connell
Room. Odd Fellows’ Hall, at BP. M., MONDAY, June 22,
to celebrate the Festival of the Summer Solstice.
G. Durybe, Sec. CHAS. J. DODGE, S. D.
JB@°“ Masonic Notice.—The Annual Excun
Sion of the COLUMBIAN LODGE, No. 484, F. A A. M.,
IN AID OF THE WIDOWS’ AND ORPHANS’ FUND,
will take place on WEDNESDAY, June 24th. The favor
itesteamer Moses Taylor and barge Rhinebeck are engaged
for the occasion.
Leave Broome st, E.R ,nt 7 A M ; Pier 3, N. R , at7>£;
Spring st. at 8, and 30th st. B>£. Will proceed up the Hud
son to Rockland Lake, and land at Conway’s Grove.
Tickets can be obtained on board. Per order of Com. 3
Masonic Emporium.
S. E. BECKNER & CO.,
•.General Purchasing Agentsand Mall Forwarders.
No. 79 NASSAU STREET—Room 16,
Are now prepared to furnish to the
MASONIC WORLD
Anything pertaining to the symbolisms of the Craft Will
also sell goods on commission from samples.
All communications requiring information will be
promptly attended to.
IS”- lodge Room to Let. —Puritan
Room, corner Ave. C and 4th street can be leased at a
very moderate rent, every 2d. end 4th Thursday. Apply
jlq s. R. KIRK d AM, No. 191 Bowery.
R. B Dovell & Sods,
MANUFACTURERS
or
.SEALING WAX, WAFERS, INK, MUCILAGE,
AC ,
■ Ar Wholesale Omly,
No. 36 BEEKMAN STREET,
New York.
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W’ T. w. Cowdin,
DEALER IX
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PAPER MAKERS’ MATERIALS,
Ac.,
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New York.
'(Near William.)
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BITTERS,
SYRUPS,
CORDIALS, Ac.,
Nos. 255 and 257 CENTRE STREET,
(Opposite (’entre Market,)
New York.
Sample Room attached.
Samuel Martin,
SAMPLE ROOM,
No. 73 LIBERTY STREET,
Two doors from Broadway.
THE CHOICEST WINES,
LIQUORS, ALES, WINE, Ac.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Samuel 11. Kirkham,
ENGRAVER AND PRINTER,
No. BOWERY,
Three doors above Spring st., New York,
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ot
SILVER-PLATED DOOP. AND NUMBER PLATES,
PEW PLATES, Ac-
WEDDING, VISITING. BUSINESS,
and ADDRESS CARDS,
Engraved in the Latest Style at Moderate Prices.
N UMBER—I 94!
American Masonic Agency.
ALL KINDS OF REGALIA, JEWELS, MILITARY
EQUIPMENTS, JEWELRY, etc,, on hand and manufac
tured to Order, for LODGES, CHAPTERS, COMM AND
ERIES, etc.
ENGRAVING, SILVER PLATING, and GILDING.
D. B. HOWELL, J» T o. 424 BROADWAY, N. Y’
N. B.— Swords made to order, and hung with Price’s
Patent Sword Hangings.
Knight Templars’ Shoulder-Straps on hand.
James S. Bradley,
LOOKING GLASS. PORTRAITS.
And Picture Frames,
No. 61 NASSAU STREET,
Second door above Maiden Lane, New York.
Agent for the best French, English, German and Ameri
can Pictures; all kinds of Gold Gilt; Oval and Square
{Rosewood, Black Walnut and Oak Frames on hand and
made to order, in every new pattern. Old Frames re
rgilt. Gold Leaf, Glaziers’ Diamonds, Cord and Tassels,
Photograph Albums, Ac. jgp*Please call and see.
Universal Masonic Emporium.—
Regalia, Jewels, Robes, Ac., for Chapters, Councils, or
Commanderies ; improved sword-hangings, Ac., furnished
at the lowest prices. Masonic publications, foreign and
domestic, on hand at all times.
MACOY & SICKELS. No. 430 Broome st.. N. Y.
JB@“ George W. Ray,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
HAVANA SEGAR3,
WHOLESALE and retail,
No. 30 s>£ BROADWAY,
Corner Duane st. New York.
AU kinds of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Meerschaum
and Brier Wood Pipes, Ac.
Masonic Room To Let.
THE ROOMS COR. BROADWAY and 13th STREET,
(Gibson’s Building,)
KNOWN AS KANE LODGE ROOMS,
Can be had several nights each week, by applying to
WILLIAM GIBSON,
on the premises.
THE AMERICAN PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION ON
THE WAR. ’
Office of the R. W. Grand Secretary, i
American Protestant Association, U. S. A. >
New York, June 18,1861. )
To the Editor Sunday Dispatch.— Dear Sir.—l beg to
Il and you the following preamble and resolutions, adopted
at the annual session of the above association held in Phil
adelphia during the past week.
Should you consider it worth inserting in your paper, it
would no doubt pleasea great many of your readers.
Yours, respectfully, It. J. Murray, R. W. G. S.
Whereas, This right worthy grand body has again and
again declared its undying love for the constitution, gov
ernment and perpetuity of this great and glorious Union ;
and whereas. That love has been sealed with the life’s
blood of very many of our best and noblest members, who
voluntarily offered up their lives on the altar of their
-country ; therefore do we again
Resolve, That although it may require the last particle
of our earthly treasure and the last drop of blood in our
veins, we will cheerfully surrender it all for our country,
so that she he saved from destruction intact, and preserved
to our children as the greatest blood-bought boon Jthat
earth can give.
Resolved, That, Inasmuch as the great principles of the
constitution and Union of our country, are the principles
•of our constitution and Union, therefore he that would
harm either is a moral perjurer and untit for fellowship
with us as brethren, or our people as a nation.
Resolved, That while we despise rebels we hate traitors,
and would a thousand times rather reason witli a deluded
secessionist than bandy words with a villanous secession
sympathiser, who is the foulest whelp of sin ; the man in
whom its spirit enters is undone—his soul is set on tire of
hell; his heart's as black as death.
Resolved. That Inasmuch as many of our members are
fo.eigncrs, both naturalised and unnaturalised, we hold it
as a fixed principle that he who lives off the country must
titan d by the country. For is there not some hidden curse,
some chosen thunder in the stores of heaven, red with
uncommon wrath, to blast the man who would seek his
-greatness in his country’s ruin ?
Resolved, That we have still unwavering confidence in
our present administrative government, that under Di
vine Providence they will be able to work out for us a
mighty deliverance from this unnatural contest, and es
tablish a righteous peace and a restoration of the Union
upon such a firm basis that men and devils shall not be
able to prevail against it.
A Princely Benefaction. —A. T.
Stewart, Esq., the Merchant Prince of New York,
has made a regal donation to the poor of Ire
land. The ship Mary Edson, Capt. Nickerson,
which sailed from New York on the 17th of May,
was chartered by Mr. S. for $6,000 for the round
trip. Her cargo of corn and provisions cost
$20,000 ; and she is to bring back, free of cost to
ihem, from 150 to 200 men and women between
the ages of 18 and 30 years, who may desire to
seek a new home here. We know of no instance
where one individual has done act of charity so
• like to the munificence of royalty. His contribu
tion of SIO,OOO, at the outbreak of the rebellion,
in aid of the Government, and his gift of a like
amount for the relief of the starving operatives of
England, are well known. But this last benefac
tion, quietly performed, deserves the highest
praise.
By close attention to business, with his won
derful sagacity and a genius which, while it com
passes and controls vast operations, is never
oblivious of details, Mr. Stewart has amassed a
collossal fortune. It is the fruit of a regular,
legitimate business, constantly growing, but al
ways that of a high-minded merchant. We are
aware that within a year or two he has been
charged with speculating largely. This is un
true. His operations always look like specula
tions, for they are enormous. He has not
stepped out of his legitimate sphere of business;
but he has been uniformly successful. This
last fact is the secret of the charge that he has
been a speculator. We have good reason for
stating that at one time recently, when a New
England manufacturer offered him 33,000 yards
of cotton goods at 40 cents per yard, as the mini
mum price, Mr. Stewart quietly showed the gen
tlemen that he (Mr. S ) was selling the same
.goods to his own customers for 34 cents per yard.
—A eto Bedford Mercury.
Editors Complimenting each Other.
—Says the N.Y. Herald of June 10th:—
“In the case of the Chicago Tinies nobody cares for the
Taper. It is a mere party hack, representing a set of
politicians the vilest and meanest in the Union. Before
‘the late Mr. Douglas became entangled by these men, he
was an ornament and a credit to the country; but they
drove him to drink, to debt and to death.” |
To which the Times responds as follows
’ “That journal In New York City which constitutes itself
a sewer of immorality to catch the patronage of the aban
doned; a vehicle of falsehood and slander to cater to the
passions of the populace; that defends imfamyfor gold
•and attacks virtue tor the same consideration; that sacri
fices all morality to lust for greed and the proprietor of
which has been pilloried as a Liar, punished as a malefac
tor, convicted as a robber m the leveying of black mail
caned in the streets as a slanderous dastard, and who’
tn all his criminal and scandalous career has never
risen to tbe dignity of passion or revenge; but has sought
notoriety in multiplying his baseness that he might mul
tiply his wealth, has, with a m-.ndacity that only callous
ness to shame the by practice of imfamy could impart de
ncuced this paper. Had he commended it, we should
nave imagined its character a > vile as his own.”
We advise everybody—those who
liave good palates and stomachs, particularly,
zo make it a point to dine at S. H. Crook’s
Saloon, ho. 74 Chatham street, during the green
pea, spring lamb and strawberry season. The
strawberry short-cake and dumpling are deli
cious. Try them, and you will say with us that
ELOuung more agreeable ean be eaten.
MUSICAL.
Opera at the Winter Garden has
been the feature of three evenings of this week.
On Monday evening Mr. Mollenhauer produced
his “Corsican Bride,” which ha« on the merits
of the music alone met with a decided success.
The careful and correct scoring of tho opera is
one of the most commendable features#, and we
do not know when we have seen so weak an or
chestra produce more pronounced effects, nor
have we ever seen one that worked more har
moniously together than that did on Friday ev
ening, Mr. Mollenhauer holding tho bcr/on.
There are in this opera many fine passages and
much of originality’. In saying this wo do not
wish to convey the idea that we find plagiarisms
in it; but that like almost all works of the kind
it has its similarities. The singing, with the
exception of that of Mad. Rotter and Mr. Wein
lich was not good, and two voices-never yet car
ried a grand opera through successfully. The
orchestral parts of the work have peculiar claims
to excellence, which were fully acknowledged by
a critical audience.
Mr. Mollenhauer acted unwisely in bringing
out the opera with such a weak company, and
we think tnat a grave mistake has been made
in rendering the libretto in German. Let that
be translated into Italian; let the music be con
fided to competent artists, and success will
follow.
Mr. Mollenhauer by this work has shown great
capacity; he is young yet, and study and labor
may lead him to a bnllaint future.
Bryants’ Minstrels. —We note no
important change in the programme for this
week, but such an one as the Bryants had last
week would last a twelvemonth. It is one of the
best they have ever performed. It is replete
with things that excite the utmost merriment.
The ballad and chorus singing, the dancing,
etc., are also, as usual, excellent. In a word, as
our readers well know, the Bryants is just the
place to while away in tho most satisfac
tory manner, a leisure hour. The attendance
continues to be as large as ever, notwithstanding
the season is so far advanced—a proof indubita
ble of the popularity of Bryants’ company.
Wood’s Minstrel Hall.—The throngs
at Wood’s last week testified to the attractions of
this fine place of amusement. The hall for sum
mer use is one of the best in the city, being most
admirably ventilated. Of the performances, we
can only say that he or she wno does not come
away highly gratified must be very hard to
please. There is nothing, so far as we can per
ceive, wanting. Every performer in the company
is an artist, and every burlesque is put upon the
boards in capital style. The ballad singing is
especially noticeable. Look over the programme.
If it does not tempt you to go again this week,
we will confess ourselves mistaken.
DRAMATIC.
Mrs. Jane English at Laura Keene’s
Theatre has throughout the week given her
light and pleasing entertainments to acceptable
houses; though not as good ones as the merits
of her company should command. With the
“troupe St. Denis” (why so called when Mrs.
English is at its head we cannot tell) the man
agement has combined a dramatic company
which is very numerous and highly meritorious.
Mrs. Chapman, La Belle Emilie, Mr. Fiske and
Mr. Chapman, may be specially commended as
also Mdlles. Auguste and Marie, two very pleas
ing dancers and beautiful young creatures.
Mdlle. Pauline and M. Babtistan, Alexander
Zanfrettafcin his stilt act, and his beautiful sis
ter Rosita, on the r-spe nightly, command loud
and justly deserved applause. The boy Angelo
still continues to do his wonderful trapeze act.
On Monday last Mrs. English produced the
“Wives of Paris,” which is a comedy with but
little of plot, but which still answers the ends
sought that of introducing to the audience
the members of the company in thoir several
specialities. Matinees on Wednesday and Sat
urday.
Mr. Wallack’s Theatre will close
for the season after the performance of Mrs.
Inchbald’s comedy of “ To Marry or Not to Mar
ly” on to-morrow evening, which will probably
be succeeded by a valedictory of the Manager,
which is generally as attractive as the perform
ance itself. We have heretofore almost exhaust
ed eulogy in speaking of Mr. Wallack’s career as
a Manager, and we now hazard nothing in say
ing that his theatre is second to none in the
world in its government. All of its arrange
ments have been as near to perfection as possi
ble, and as a necessary consequence the public
have nobly responded. While Mr. WallacK has
been thus setting a brilliant example for his fel
low managers, he has elevated the art which he
has personally adorned; others, though they
have lagged behind him—Mr. Wheatley may
hero be exceptionally mentioned—have still at
tempted to follow his lead, and good has been
achieved. Example alone might effect but little,
but when it is combined with interest it lias a
commanding influence. The public will look
forward with eagerness to the reopening of this
favorite establisliment. In the meantime health
and recreation to the members of this fine com
pany.
Of Niblo’s Garden, we can only re
peat the same old storv of crowded houses and
delighted audiences; the “Duke’s Motto” still
keeping the stage. This drama is decidedly the
greatest success of the season, and can be made
to run into the Fall with scarcely impaired popu
larity. It was supposed by some that the pro
duction at other theatres in this city, of the same
play would have a bad effect upon Mr. Wheat
ley’s house, and lead to a copyright litigation.
The very contrary of this has been the result,
and no one has burned his fingers in the legal
flame.
Mb. Davenport’s complimentary ben
efit at the Winter Garden on Thursday evening
last was an immense success. Mr. Fox, as Ca
mille, was broadly funny, but might have taken
tho house by storm if he had burlesqued the
style of Miss Heron as well as the part. Miss
Herring was a charming Armand, full of comic
grief and funny melancholy. It is said that
owing to requests which have been numerously
sent to the box office, the whole bill will be re
peated at an early day. Col. and Mrs. Wilson
and his staff attended the theatre on Thursday
evening. The audience went away delighted.
Mr. Dan Bryant is about to appear
at the Winter Garden in Irish comedy, with his
face unblacked, for the benefit of a friend—an
actor—who is attached to one of the Broadway
theatres. It is said that he is studying “ Handy
Andy.” This announcement will set public cu
riosity on tiptoe, and no doubt the house will be
crowded to witness his debut.
Barnum’s Museum.—ln deference to
the repeated requests of thousands, Gen. Tom
Thumb and wife, Com. Nutt and Miss Minnie
Warren will remain at the Museum till after the
glorious Fourth of July. They have the more
readily consented to remain by reason of their
own desire to pass the anniversary of our Na
tional Independence in their native country be
fore departing for the old world.
The performances of this remarkable quar
tette this week will be of a highly interesting
character, comprising songs, dances, Grecian
statues, etc. They will also appear in a new
piece prepared expressly for them, entitled “The
Old Folks.”
The popular drama of the “ Duke’s Device” is
attracting crowded houses. Everything pertain
ing to jt has contributed to render its success at
the Museum as extraordinary as at other places.
The scenery is picturesque, the acting good, the
dresses, etc., appropriate. Don’t fail to see the
“Duke’s Device.”
A large number of valuable curiosities have
been lately added to the cabinets in the Mu
seum.
The Stereopticon at Irving Hall.—
No one should neglect visiting Irving Hall this
week. We can assure them that Fallon’s stere
opticon is a great work of art. It affords views
of every possible variety of ancient and modern
statuary, architecture, scenery, etc., and taken
altogether, may with truth be pronounced the
“wonder of the age.” We will not attempt an
elaborate notice of it. It is one of those marvels
which must be seen to be appreciated. In every
respect it is an immense success.
The Museum of Anatomy at No. 618
Broadway, is now more attractive than it has
ever been. The various departments are admi
rably arranged and no student of human nature
should neglect visiting it as often as leisure will
allow. Strangers to city life, especially, should
pass an hour there. It will add to their knowl
edge, and at the same time be of great benefit
to them in many other respects. Parents, par
ticularly, should take the’ir “ grown up” boys
there for they will be taught more in half an
hour than they could learn from books in a year.
Let no foolish fastidiousness deter any one from
adopting our advice ; they null hereafter thank
us for giving it. There can be no more useful
study than that of nature, and at No. 618 Broad
way one sees it unveiled. The perfection of the
“human form divine” is there fully realized.
The New Idea.—The management
deserve a “ special notice” for the variety of their
performances. The programmes are so varied
as to present something new every night. Hence
the crowded houses all last week. The perform
ances this week will embrace a greater variety
than ever, consisting of pantomime, ballet, gym
nastics, tight rope feats, vocalization, etc. The
orchestral music is very fine. In short, we know
of no better place of amusement in the city. The
house is well ventilated, and is now in perfect
order. It is in fact a recherche establishment.
The St. Nicholas Casino.—This mam
moth place of amusement is nightly adding to
its already great attractions. It was thronged
SUNDAY DISPATCH, JUNE . 21, 1863.
all Inst week, and certainly the entertainment af
forded there must have repaid every one. Tue
young ladies in attendance are fifty in number,
and are of most prepossessing manners and ap
pearance. Tho “ Phantom Choir” is a great fea
v nre. The Casino (under the St. Nicholas Hotel,
is open every afternoon and evening.
Programme is varied every night.
Newx? 01vkry Theater.—Another new
drama is amx ounce < l at t lli s favorite theater, to bi
placed fo-mon.™ and Tuesday evenings, “The
Belon’s Brand; v' rth « One ” It wiU
be followed bv “K uk “ Tar: Or the Bold Buc
caneer,” and the sm ' sin S farce of A KIS3 in tlle
li&i’k ”
The first named iffterest, and
will, no doubt, prove a succcess. Mr. G.
C. Boniface and Mrs. W, &X Joneß » Personate the
leading characters. The na ™ ec } piece is
also a very fine drama of the. nau^lca * school.
Mr. Geo. Brookes and Mr. J. Ntrik xn ft PR m
as well as the artistes above nsmed. Other nov
elties in preparation.
Tho ben on i of the treasurer, Mr. V».helan, on
Tuesday night last was a substantial 0.* 16 * we
congratulate him.
Fox’s Old Bowery Theatre,—
out for a rush to the Old Bowery this week. The
attraction is immense. A host of good things
will be produced, especially to-morrow evening,
on which occasion tho fine new drama of “ The
Sixes, or the Demon’s Dice,” will be performed.
This will be followed by a dance by Miss Louisa
Brown. The next in order will bo an overture
“Le Bossu,” arranged by A. Tyte. This will be
followed by a capital burlesque entitled “The
Duke’s What is It; or,, I am Here, Alive and Kick
ing,” Mr. G. L. Fox personating Herr Lagerbier
and the I*umpback, awd Miss Fanny Herring the
Gipsy Girl.
From what we have heard, this burlesque
promises to take the city by storm. It is “rich”
all over.
Miss Fanny Herring will take a benefit on Fri
day evening.* A very fine bill will be presented.
Of the claims of this lady we need not say more
than this : that if talent such as hers cannot
command a crowded house, no other ever will,
but we are sure that one of the most fashionable
audiences of the season will greet Miss Herring
on the night named.
The “ Moak’s Dotto” is the name of
a Burlesque on the “ Duke’s Motto” being writ
ten, it is said, for Mr. Henry Wood’s Minstrels.
SCRAPS. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker recently ap
peared at the Walnut street tlieatre for one ni*rht, on the
occasion of a benefit. His friendscalled him out end gave
him an opportunity to explain his course at the New Or
leans Varieties. Until lie made this speech, it was under
stood that he believed in Jeff Davis as bein" altogether a
suixjrior man to George Washington. As he has denied
the soft impeachment, it is to be hoped he will not stuff
cotton in his ears when he chanses to hear national or
patriotic airs.
Grau’s Italian Opera company con
tiuues at McVicker’s theatre, Chicago. “Lucrezia Bor
gia” was produced on the 15th, “ Martha” on the 16th, and
“Ernani”cn the 17th insts. “ Dinorah” will be played
to-morrow night, 22d inst.
Miss Charlotte Richardson, a juven
lie lady of marked talent in England, has recently arrived
in New York, and is prepared to negotiate for the Fall
and Winter season. She possesses a well accredited Eu
ropean reputation.
Alice Lake, the equestrienne, met
with a severe accident recently in Keokuk. Whilst leap
ing the hoop on a bare-backed steed, her foot caught and
she fell, breaking her arm in two places.
Julia Daly has terminated her en
gagements for the present, and returned to her home in
Philadelphia. She will not appear before the public
again until autumn.
Mr. John Wood, husband of Mrs.
John Wood, the actress, died at Victoria Australia, on tho
28th ult. He was a very superior low eomedian, and bur -
leeque actor.
The third centenary of Shakspore’s
birth day is to be celebrated at Stratford-on-Avon with ex
traordinary splendor this year. The national monument
to his memory will be inaugurated upon the occasion.
Blondin, the rope-walker, is aston
ishing the Germans, among whom he is exhibiting with
his daring feats.
Mr. Jefferson is playing at Castle,
maine, Australia, supported by Mr. Gounge, Mr. Fitzger
aid and Mrs. Walter Hill.
Ada Isaacs Menkin is about giving
up the horse-drama. She advertises her trained steed
Sunrise for sale.
Mlle. Annetta Goletti is dancing to
the tune of one hundred and fifty dollars a week at Fox's
Casslno, Philadelphia.
Kate Reignolds and her combina
tion company are playing in Maine. They were exceed
ingly successful at Portland.
Edward Hoffman, assisted by Ma
dame Varian, gave a grand concert on Friday week at
Utica, Central New York.
Miss Jennie Dumont and Miss Paul
ine Cushman are announced at the Bowery heatre, St.
Louis.
Miss Emily Thorne is at the Boston
theatre, Mrs. John Drew at the Museum, and Edwiu
Adams at the Atheneum.
Miss Mary Mitchell had a benefit on
the 12th inst. at the new Nashville theatre. It was a bril
liant success.
Miss Lotty Hough, at last advices,
was at the Nashville, Tenn., theatre. She has been the
centre of attraction there during her engagement
The Pyne and Harrison troupe, at
last accounts, were singing in the principal towns of Scot
land.
Miss Helena is playing at the Leav
enworth theatre. Kansas, as also are G. D. Chaplin, H. F.
Stone and Miss Amy Stone.
Miss Kate Pennoyer has closed her
engagement at Washington. She is now in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller have retired
temporarily from the stage.
Lizzie Gale is at Bangor, Me., and
doing well.
Miss Jennie Haight has returned to
McVickers’ theatre, Chicago,
Miss Mary Hill is playing at Fort
Wayne, Indiana.
Miss Scanlan is at the new Yorkville
theatre, Tenn.
Mies Estelle is the star ballad-singer
at the new theatre, Memphis.
Miss Kate Denin and Mr S. Ryan
are at the Union theatre, Leavenworth.
Charles Barrow is doing the heavy
business at Grover's theatre, Washington.
Harry Gilbert, with an augmented
company, opened at Indianapolis on the 15th inst.
Gottschalk, assisted by Madame
Strakosch, is giving concerts in Canada.
The panorama of Dr. Kane's Arctic
Expedition is on exhibition at Louisville, Ky.
Miss Joey Gougenheim is at the
Theatre Royal, Ballarat, Australia.
Maggie Mitchell has concluded a
very brilliant engagement at the St. Louis Theater.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jordan, not the Jor
dan, are at the Nashville Theatre.
Buckley’s Minstrels opened their new
Hall in Summer street, Boston, on Monday week.
The Alleghanians are in Minnesota.
Walb Wwm
The Story of a Beauty.—lt is our
good fortune to know, and knowing to esteem a
lady, vet in her teens, who, until quite recently,
lacked but one essential to make her “marvelous
ly perfect,” a Hebe, in fact nature or disease
had deprived or was niggard to her in that cor
onation of all that is elegant in womanhood, a
rich, thick glossy head of hair. Two years ago
she was necessitated to wear a “false front,”—
to decorate her person with a growth foreign to
herself. Her parents were in despair. Neverthe
less stimulants adveitised to promote the growth
of the hair, was applied; but all in vain. After
many assurancesofsuccess, ‘ -faithful trials,” end
ing only in disappointments, the young lady was
more than half disposed to give up all attempts
at securing a native growth. At length a friend
persuaded her to use a bottle of SrEßnisa’s Am
brosia. Need we say that the effect was almost
magical? We do not mean it to be inferred that
a single bottle started the growth or stimulated
into activity the matrices of the scalp; but it
gave her such confidence, that she persisted in
the use of the Ambrosia, and at the end of six
months found that her head was really endow
ed by nature, like those of the majority of her
sex, with a hirsute covering. She now saw that
it needed but the proper stimulant, and that
she had found it. Another six months passed and
few could boast of a more luxuriant head of hair
than she. And yet another six months; and her
hair is a marvel of length, strength and beauty.
Had it not been for the Amrosia she would tS-day,
be as she was less than two years ago, without
hair enough on her head to hold a comb. But
she is not the only one by whom it can proved
the usefulness of the Ambrosia. Thousands of
ladies and gentlemen are prepared to own that
it has stimulated, beautified and preserved their
hair, kept clean the scalp from dandruff,. ect.,
etc. Let those then who would have stimulant
that can be relied on, get “Sterling’s Ambrosia.’’
The summer hats gotten up in Espen
cheid’s best style, have taken the town by storm.
No gentleman of taste and fashion can feel that
he is satisfactorily dressed if he is so unfortun
ate as to be without one of this well-known
artist’s splendidly gotten up hats. We invite
gentlemen about to purchase, to call at the em
porium, No. 118 Nassau street, and examine
Eepeneheid’s variety of soft (in all shades),
straw, Leghorn, Panama and other styles of
hats.
Ice Cream, Strawberry Festivals,
Sunday School Pic-nic and Excursions' Church
Fairs, Gardens, Steamboats, Parties, &c., sup
plied, as usual, at the old price, $1,50 per gallon,
by Patent Steam Ice Cream Company, 183 Chat
ham square. A. Ham, proprietor.
We would call the attention of the
public to the advertisement of “Professor De
Murns’ only genuine Hair Bestorative.” It will
bo found on tho eighth page of this day’s paper.
It is regarded by thousands as a superior medi
cament, removing all diseases of the scalp, beside
giving lustre, strength and vigorous growth to
the hair.
Perry Mapes’ Empire Hotel, corner
of 24th street and Third avenue, is the centre of
attraction for all who would enjoy a tip-top cigar
or a delectable drink. Call on Mapes.
A hot sun is apt to do quite as much
damage to the roof of a dwelling as a severe frost.
It opens seams and permits summer showers to
penetrate and dampen the walls and ceilings.
We advise those who have a regard for their
health, to examine the roofs of their houses, and
if found defective, to call on A. L. Osborn, pro
prietor of the Ac Plus Ultra Cement, No. 414
Canal street.
An excellent house is the New
Haven Hotel and restaurant, No. 365 Fourth
avenue. Travelers by the New Haven and Har
lem railroads will find it just the place to put up.
Notice.
Go to Crock’s, No. 55 Bowery,
for yonr
Breakfast, Dinner and Tea.—[Ed.
Conicumption.-—Mendum’s Nector Bour
bon Whiskey, which can be obtained at No. 90
Cedar street, is recommended as an- excellent
drink for those afflicted with diseases of the
throat, lungs, etc.
Refrigerators;-—The very best re
frigerator now in ths market, is sold by E. D.
Bassford, Cooper Institute, Ast©r Place. House
keepers and others will please make a note- of
this.
In the city there is no more desira
ble house of entertainment than the Wordun,
corner of the Bowery and Bayard street. The
table d'hote is an Al institution. Board $1 sff
per day.
A pleasant operation is that of bein<£
shaved at tho Hair Dressing and Bathing Saloon,
corner of Dey street and Broadway. Go there for
a bath or a toilet. Proch, manager.
—■
Trusses, &c.—Marsh & Co.’s Radical
Cure Truss office only at No. 2 Vesey street. Also*
Supporters, Suspensory Bandages, Silk Elaatie
Stockings for Vericose Veins, Shoulder Braces,
etc. A lady attendant.
Notice.—For a fresh stock of Eng
lish Carpeting, Oil Cloths, China and. Cocoa Mat
tings, Rugs, Druggets, 4 yards wide, Table and
Piano -covers, Window Shades, &c., visit the ten
spacious sales rooms where all goods are guar
anteed, that is Hiram Anderson’s, No. Bow
ery. _
Deafness,
IMPAIRED SIGHT,
NOISES IN THE HEAD,
SORE THROAT,
AND
CHRONIC CATARRH,
CURED BY
DR. VON EISENBERG,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
CONSULTING ROOMS,
No. 816 BROADWAY,
NEAR TWELFTH STREET.
One of the mose delightful resorts
for pleasure parties, pic-nics, or family recre
ations during the summer months, in tlie vicin
ity of New York and Brooklyn, is Morris Grove,
within two miles of Jamaica, on the old line of
the Long Island railroad. The grove is beauti
fully laid out, is quiet, cool and pleasant. There
are excellent accommodations for visitors, and
plenty of attendants. No better place for a day’s
pleasure is there to be found in the vicinity of
either city. Tickets for the excursion, there and
back, can be had at twenty-five cents each, by
applying at the railroad office, No. 2 Atlantic
street, or at Michael Williams, corner of Atlantic
and Classon avenues, Brooklyn.
A. P. Salters, proprietor of the New
ark Bay Hotel, gives an invitation ball on Tues
day evening, June 23, at which he expects all his
friends. The ball is preparatory to the opening
oJmis well-known hotel as a Summer residence.
Kalliston.—This preparation is
steadily growing in the estimation of ladies as it
becomes more generally used.
It is a beautifier of the complexion and a re
freshing Toilet Water, finely perfumed. Prepared
by Joseph Burnett & Co., Boston, and sold
everywhere.
rpo THE LADIES. USEFUL AND
A INDISPENSABLE ARTICLES.—MME. DEMOR
EST’S BONNET PROTECTOR, lor traveling, Ac., affords
perfect protection to a bonnet from rain, moisture and
dust. Elogont in style, durable, and very easily adjusted.
Price sl.
Mme. Demorest's Elcelsior Dress Shields, a durable and
perfect protection to a dress from the effects of perspira
tion under the arms. Price 25c.
Mme. Demcrest's Whalebone Bosom Pads, beautiful in
shape, cool and durable. Price 37 cents. Also elegant
spring bosoin-padsi. Price 60 and 75 conte.
Mme. Demorest’s Infants’ Dress Protectors, a conve
nient and economical article for infants’ wear; mothers
will find them indispensable, especially in visiting and
traveling. Price $1 50. Sold at MME. DEMOREST’S EM
PORIUM OF FASHION, No. 473 Broadway, and all the
branches. Either of the above sent by mail on receipt of
the price.
STONISHING BARGAINS IN
DRY GOODS!
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
FOR THE BALANCE OF THE SEASON t
ALL OUR GREAT BARGAINS
PURCHASED AT THE LARGE AUCTION SALES
FOR CASH.
MARKED DOWN IN PRICE
IN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT OUR
IMMENSE STOCK
or
SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, DOMESTIC COTTONS, Ac., Ac.,
BEFORE THE SEASON CLOSES.
• BLACK SILKS,
CHECKED SILKS,
COLORED SILKS,
FIGURED SILKS,
FOULARD SILKS,
PLAID SILKS,
PLAIN SILKS,
ALL REDUCED IN PRICE,
AND WELL WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF LADIES.
ALSO :
ALPACCAS, BLACK and COLORED.
MOHAIRS.
MOZAMBIQUES IN ALL STYLES, SINGLE and DOU
BLE WIDTH.
BAREGES.
BAREGE ROBES, from S 3 50 to $4 00, worth more than
double.
POPELINS. POIL DE CHEVRES, Ac., Ac., Ac.,
ALL MARKED DOWN IN PRICE.
AND CHEAPER THAN CAN BE FOUND IN THE CITY.
ALSO :
A LARGE STOCK OF PRINTS,
SHIRTING AND SHEETING MUSLINS, at
THE YERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
ALSO:
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
SILK CLOAKS
and SHAWLS,
AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES,
AND FOR WHICH WE SOLICIT
AN INSPECTION FROM LADIES
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
CRYSTAL PALACE EMPORIUM,
No. 252 BOWERY.
W. R. ROBERTS.
XTRAORDINARY OPPORTUNITY
To buy LACE;CRAPE and ILLUSION BONNETS,
AT HALF THEIR WORTH.
M. T. HIGGINS’
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF TRIMMED BONNETS
TO BE SOLD OFF BY JULY Ist
SALE TO COMMENCE MONDAY, JUNE 22d.
COME EARLY, THAT YOU MAY HAVE THE BEST SELECTION.
M. T. HIGGINGS’
MAMMOTH MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 126 SIXTH AVE., 2 doors from 10th st.
L BINNS’ MILLINERY, largest in the
• world. Spanish Hats in thousands at reduced
prices. Summer Bonnets at reduced prices. Call and see
the goods and prices. Our $7 bonnets are worth sl2, and
our SIOO Bonnets $l5O. L. BINNS,
No. SSI Broadway.
French flannel army ~and
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
DRESS SHIRTS MADE TO MEASURES,
A perfect fit, of superior materials and workmanship,
$24 and S3O per dozen.
BOSOMS. COLLARS, and WRISTBANDS,
for Shirt Making, at
JAMES PARRISH’S
GENTLEMF' ' FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 32<’ AL ST., near Greene st., N. Y.
CARPETS!
AT PRICES REDUCED!
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS
EXTRA THREE-PLY CARPETS.
SUPERFINE INGRAIN CAB PETS.
COMMON INGRAIN CARPETS
CHECKED and PLAIN MATTING.
STAIR CARPETS. Ac.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS—ALL WIDTHS.
NEW STYLE BRUSSELS CARPETING, at 9s. and 10s.
per yard.
J . HYATT,
Hos. 3 and 15 COOPER INSTITUTE, near Bth st.
©was.
At kinzey’s,
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
I LOTS OF AUCTION GOODS
I CLOSING OUT.
1 CLEARING OUT BONNET RIBBONS, 6c., 3c.
CLEARING OUT BONNET RIBBONS, 10c., 12c.
clearing out bonnet ribbons, isc., 25c.
TRIMMING RIBBONS, 2c., 3c., 4c., 6c.
CLEARING OUT FLOWERS, 3c.. 5c., 6c., spray.
CLEARING OUT FLOWERS, 6c.. 10c.. 12c., spray.
EIGHTH AVENUE CHEAP STORE.
STRAW GOODS
CLOSING OUT.
2.5G0 SPLIT STRAW BONNETS, 25c.. 50c., 75c.
1,500 SPLIT STRAW BONNETS, sl, §1 25, SI 50.
2,000 NEAPOLITAN BONNETS, 25c., 75c., sl.
1,5C0 NEAPOLITAN BONNETS, $1 25, SI 50.
STRAW BONNETS. 10c., 15c.
* TRAW BONNETS, 37c., 50c.
3.CGO STRAW BONNETS, all styles, 50c., 63c.
. 3,500 STRAW BONNETS, all styles, 75c . 88c.
BLOOMERS CLOSING OUT.
2,000 BLOOMERS, 18c., 25c , 31c
1.5C0 BLOOMERS, 37c., 50c., 63c.
2,000 BLOOMERS, 75c., 88c sl.
CLEARING SALE.
30,060HANDKERCHIEFS—LADIES’, GENTS’,
MISSES', AND BOYS, sc. up to 40c.
4,000 COLLARS, 10c. to 75c.
3 000 VAILS, 25c. to $1 60.
GREAT SALE OF LACE
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS.
250 FRENCH LACE SHAWLS, $2 and $2 50.
225 FRENCH I, VCE SHAWLS. §3 and $3 50.
175 FRENCH LACE MANTILLAS, §2 and $3.
200 FRENCH LACE MANTILLAS. $3 50 and $1 50.
SILK TWIST MITTS. 25c., 31c
SILK TWIST MITTS, 38c., 50c.
SILK TWIST MITTS,63c., 75c.
5,000 ALL-LINEN SHIRT BOSOMS, I2«C.
GLOVES FROM AUCTION.
3,000 PAIRS LADIES’ GLOVES,3c., 10c.
2.500 PAIRS EXIRA QUALITY, 12c., 15c.
2 000 PAIRS LADIES’ STITCHED BACKS,2O., 25c,
2.500 PAIRS LADIES’ KID GLOVES. 75c. and 80c.
3, GO) YARDS BONNET ILLUSIONS, 6c. up.
1,500 PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS, 75c. to 52 50.
AUCTION LOT OF HOSIERY.
3,000 Pairs MISSES' AND BOVS’, 6c. to 12c.
3.000 Pairs GENTS’ HALF-HOSE, 10c. to 20c.
1 500 Pairs GENTS’ ENGLISH HALF-HOSE. 15c. to 20c.
2,500 Pairs REGULAR LISLE THREAD HOSE, 25c.
3,500 Pairs ENGLISH BALMORAL HOSE, 25c.
2,000 Pairs ENGLISH MORAVIAN HOsE,2oc.
5,000 Pairs LADIES' WHITE HOSS, 12«4c. to 20.
5.0U0 Pail'S LADIES’ WHITE HOSJEk 22c- to 30c.
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
3.500 FANS, FINE SATIN PAPER 4c.. sc.
2,000 FANS, IVORY and SANDAL-WOOD, 25c. to 50c.
3,000 FANS, RICH NEW STYLES, 37c. to sl.
BEST 5 YARD SKIRT BRAIDS, 6c.
BEST WARRANTED 200-YARD
SPOOL COTTONS, sc.
5,000 Dozens GENUINE 200 YARDS
COATES’ COTTON, 6c.
5,000 Dozens Good Spool Cottons, 6c. per dozen dp.
1,000 Dozen 200-YARD WILLIMANTIC, 6c.
BEST PINS, FULL PAPERS, 4c.
VERY BEST NEEDLES, 3c. paper.
2,000 SPOOLS SEWING SILK, Ic.
1,500 dozens FINE ALPACAA BRAIDS, 25c dozen.
KINZEY SELLS 12 SKEINS BEST SILK, 7c.
20,000 PIECES TWILLED TAPES, 134 c. piece up.
EVERYTHING IN BUTTONS, COMBS, PERFUMERY.
FANCY SOAPS, BRUSHES. TRIMMINGS.
BRAIDS AND NICK NACKS OF
EVERY KIND.
MILLINERS AND STOREKEEPERS SUPPLIED
AT LESS THAN JOBBERS'!’ RICES.
WM. KINZEY.
Nos. 221 and 223 EIGHTH AVENUE,
Between Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets.
Large additions have been
MADE TO
THE POPULAR STOCKS
OF
SILKS, GRENADINES,
ORGANDIES, JACONETS,
MOZAMBIQUES, MOHAIRS,
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS, SACKS, SHAWLS.
LACE and MOHAIR MANTILLAS, Ac.
PRICES EXTREMELY LOW.
A. T. STEWART & Co.,
BROADWAY and TENTH ST.
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Ready made at $lB, s2l, $24, and $27 per dozen.
Also, to order, S3O, $33, and the very .best shirt can be
made, $36 per dozen.
All SHIRTS made by hand,
at No. 200 Grand street.
Single Shirts made for samples,
at No. 200 Grand street.
GENTLEMEN ean save 2o per cent, and get a superior ar
ticle, by ordering their shirts
AT NO. 200 GRAND STREET.
New Novelties in Scarfs and Neckties constantly received,
AT NO. 200 GRAND STREET.
N. B.—A large lot of summer Hosiery, Under Shirts and
Drawers, at old prices. 4-ply collars. $2 per doz. Extra
Fine, $2 25. A large lot or French Flannel Army Shirts,
cheap,
AT THE PREMIUM SHIRT STORE,
(One door from corner of Mott st.) No. 290 Grand street.
T. O’DONOGHUES.
PERKINS & BROTHER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CARPETING,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTING,
STAIR RODS,
WINDOW SHADES, Ac.,
No. 94 BOWERY, NEAR HESTER ST
NEW YORK.
H. B. PERKINS,
J. P. PERKINS.
ARIS MILLINERY.—MRS. W. SIM--
MONS desires to inform her customers and the la
dies of New York and vicinity, that her Show Rooms ar®
now open, with a large stock of PARIS MILLINERY, of
the latest styles and of the finest fabrics, together with a
good assortment of Domestic Manufacture. Also STRAW
GOODS, consisting of Leghorn Bonnets. Dunstable, Split
Straw', Peddle Braid, ana a great variety of Fancy Straw
Bonnets at the lowest SIMMONS,
No. 637 Broadway, N. Y.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
ENGLISH VELVET,
_ B RUSSELS
And THREE PLY CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS
■ -COCOA and CHINESE
MATTINGS by the Piece or Yard : TABLE COVERS,
WINDOW SHADES, DRUGGETS, four yards wide, Ac.,
at low rates, by
HIRAM ANDERSON. No. 99 BOWERY.
STRANG, ADRIANCE & Co.,
No. 355 BROADWAY,
Will offer at retail,
ON MONDAY, JUNE 22d,
The Greatest Novelty from Paris yet exhibited in this
country.
TAFFETA, IMPERIAL ROBE, composed of Silk and
Worsted, with Velvet and Braid on the bottom of the
Skirt, making one of the most desirable articles offered
this season, will be sold at half the cost of importation.
ALSO.
A few more of thoso Plain Colored
TAFFETA IMPERIALS,
Being the only Lot in this country—for which we have
had so great a sale for the last week. In all shades.
ALSO,
PLAIN AND BROCHE WORSTED GRENADINES.
ALSO,
SILK GRENADINES,
In great variety.
ALSO,
250 Pieces more of those 6-4 CHECK, STRIPE and
PLAIN PARIS QUALITY MOZAMBIQUES—the cheap
est goods offered this season—at 35.; worth 60c.
ALSO,
DRESS GOODS,
Of Every Description,
AT
GREAT REDUCTION FROM FORMER PRICES.
STRANG, ADRIANCE & Co.,
WILL OPKN AT RETAIL ON
MONDAY, JUNE 22d,
1,000 GRENADINE ORGANDY ROBES, small flowers,
finest Paris quality, fast colors, 17 to 20 yards each, $3 00
and $4 00—cost to import, $lO 00 to sl2 00.
ORGANDIES, by the yard, in great variety, from 25c.
to 50c.—worth 500. to 75c.
JACONETS, from 20c. upward.
ALSO,
100 Pieces, from Auction, Paris Printed CAMBRICS,
and PERCALES, yard wide, the most desirable goods of
fered tiiis season, at 2s. 6d. and 3s. per yard—eost to im
port, 42c. to 50c.
100 PERCALE ROBES WITH SACQUES, new and very
desirable for Mourning Dresses.
AMERICAN and ENGLISH PRINTS, fast colors, from
12>£c. upward.
gILKS !
STRANG, ADRIANCE & Co.,
No. 355 BROADWAY,
Will offer at Retail, on MONDAY, 15th, a New Lot of
those CHEAP PRINTED PARIS FOULARDS, in Drab
and Black Grounds, very desirable, at 87)£c., worth $125.
ALSO :
DRESS SILKS in Great Variety, from 50c. to $1 00,
WITH
50 CHENE SILKS, at 60c., worth
ALSO :
BLACK TAFFETA, Best Quality, for Sacques and Man
tillas. Very Cheap.
ALSO :
BLACK WORSTED GRENADINE, % to 2 yards wide,
From Auction. Cheap.
MOURNING GOODS, in Great Variety.
ALSO :
GRENADINE SHAWLS, Just received, from low to
high cost.
SILK SACQUES and MANTLES, in the Newest Shapes
and Styles.
JJ OUSEKEEPI NG GOODS.—
STRANG, ADRIANCE & Co.,
No. 355 BROADWAY,
WILL OFFER AT RETAIL,
On MONDAY, JUNE 22d,
A few more of those finest quality
4-4 BLEACHED SHIRTINGS, at 25 cents.
ALSO,
A Large Lot of
QUILTS,
Purchased at Auction, at $l5O, worth, two months ago,
$2 50 and $3 00.
JACONETS, SWISS, NAINSOOK, CAMBRIC, and MULL
MUSLINS,
AT A GREAT REDUCTION.
ALSO,
LINENS, TOWELINGS, NAPKINS, DAMASKS, &c.,
VERY CHEAP.
gnj (Sta Ms.
French jaconets, printed
LAWNS. MUSLINS. BAREGES,
MOZAMBIQUES, RICH SILK POPLINS,
PLAIN ALL WOOL DE LAINES, C HALLIES,
and
MOURNING DRESS GOODS.
B. T. HARDY.
No. 332 BOWERY, corner of Bond street,
Has on hand the
BEST ASSORTMENT of CHOICE and SCARCE STYLES
OF
RICH DRESS GOODS
in the City,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Great sale of
RICH DRESS GOODS,
AT
AUCTION PRICES!
3,(00 pieces
NEW STYLES SUMMER DRESS GOODS
OF
MOST CHOICE STYLES,
AT 25 PER CENT. UNDER USUAL PRICES,
At B. T. HARDY’S,
No. 332 BO WERY, cor. Bond st.
QREAT
SHAWLS!
B. T. HARDY,
No. 332 BOWERY, corner of Bond street,
Will offer this week,
THREE THOUSAND RICH SHAWLS,
Embracing all the varieties of New Styles
IMPORTED FOR SUMMER.
ALSO.
1,500 ELEGANT STRIPED CASHMERE,
BROCHE, LONG and SQUARE,
STELLA, ALL-WOOL CHAINE LAINE,
AND
BROCHE FIGURED SHAWLS.
Also, 200 ALL-WOOL BLA£K CASHMERE (Long and
Square)
MOURNING SHAWLS.
Also, 300 BLACK LAUE SHAWLS, MANTILLAS,
and POINTS,
AT GREAT BARGAINS.
JpLAIN, FANCY and CHECKED SILKS.
FINE ASSORTMENT AT RETAIL,
AT REDUCED PRICES 1
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
Braided robes, at reduced
PRICES.
A large assortment of Novel Designs, at Retail.
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nos 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
qreat reduction in mantillas.
Our entire Stock of Fashionable Paris Shapes,
At Retail, at a
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES ! .
LORO & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 487 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
AND EMBROIDERIES !
Large Stock at Retail, at Reduced Prices.
Lace Shawls, Veils, Barbes Setts, Collars, Handker
chiefs, Caps, Ac., Ac., Ac.
LORO <fc TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHERINE ST.
GOODS AT RETAIL !_
A full assortment of Mourning and Part-Mourning
goods, including Summer Fabrics of every description,
AT REDUCED PRICES!
LORO & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.,
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
JQRESS GOODS—REDUCED PRICES !
On and after MONDAY, June 22d, we will offer
AT RETAIL,
Our present large and attractive Stock of Organdies,
Grenadines, Bareges, Mozambtqucs, Poplins, Lawns, Al
pacas, Chailies, French and English Prints, Ac., Ac.,
AT GREATLY-REDUCED PRICES !
LORO & TAYLOR,
Nos. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nos. 255 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
No. 250 BOWERY.
BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS,
AT No. 250 BOWERY.
AT No. 250 BOWERY.
AT No. 250 BOWERY.
CARTAN, PLUNKETT A McCULLOUGH,
CARTAN, PLUNKETT A McCULLOUGH,
CARTAN, PLUNKETT & McCULLOUGH,
Will offer an MONDAY, and following days, their EN
TIRE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS
GOODS, at a reduction of thirty per cent, from former
prices.
GRAY MOZAMBIQUE,
PLAID and FIGURED DO., 10c., 18c., 25c., and 30c.
Beautiful Goods.
like reduction.
300 Dozen KID GLOVES, 3s. 6d. per pair.
200 Dozen Superfine FRENCH KID, 75c. per pair.
5 cases HEAVY GINGHAMS, Fast Colors, at 12>£c. per
yard.
LADIES, YOU WILL SAVE THIRTY PER CENT, by
making your purchases at No. 250 BOWERY,
OPPOSITE STANTON ST., New York.
FILOAKS,
CLOAKS,
AND MANTILLAS.
We will open on MONDAY, and following days, an
ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOAKS
and MANTILLAS, at an immense reduction from former
prices.
LADIES, CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK,
You will save 30 PER CENT, by purchasing at
CARTAN, PLUNKETT & McCULLOUGH,
No. 250 BOWERY,
Opposite Stanton street.
JMMENSE SACRIFICE!
LAST WEEK BUT ONE OF THE CLOSING OUT
SALE
OF A
FASHIONABLE STOCK
OF
SILK MANTILLAS,
SCARFS, LACE POINTS, SHAWLS, AC.
WOODS & SCHUYLER,
No. 409 BROADWAY, NEAR CANAL STREET,
NOW OFFER THEIR LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE STOCK
of the above SEASONABLE GOODS at a great sacrifice.
Their Retail Departments in that locality will be discon
tinued after the Ist of July, consequently their present
fashionable stock must be sold.
The attention of those wanting the most desirable Sum
mer Garments, at great bargains, is respectfully called to
thia very attractive closing out sale.
'IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES.
YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION IS INVITE TO
W. K. PEYTON’S
“CATALOGUE OF BARGAINS’.
FOR THIS WEEK.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
PARIS MOZAMBIQUES, double widths,
at 2s. 6d. and 35.; former prices 4s. and 5t
PLAID and STRIPE VALENCIAS and CRAPES,
at 20c. and 25c.; former price, 2s. 6d. and 3et
SILK CHECK POPLINS, very handsome.
at 35.; former prices, 4s. 6d.—A Bargain.
DRESS GOODS, in variety,
at Is. 6d.; former prices, 2s. 3d. and 2s. 6d.
DRESS GOODS, a large assortment,
at Is.; former price, Is. 6d.
DRRSS GOODS, at 6c. and Bc. ;
former price, 12>£c.
BLACK SILKS, at 65., former price $1 oj.
BLACK SILKS, at sl, “ " $125.
BLACK S’LKS, at $1 15, “ “ $l4O.
BLACK SILKS, for Mantillas, very heavy, at $1 37}£,
former price $1 75.
BLACK SILKS, very fine goods, at $1 50 and $1 75, “very
cheap.”
PLAIN COLORED SILKS, Choice Shades,)
at $1 I From
PLAIN COLORED SILKS, Choice Shades, f Auction
at $1 25. J
MANTILLA DEPARTMENT.
BLACK SILK SACQUES, at $6 50, former price $lO.
BLACK SILK SACQUES, at $lO, “ “ sl3 50.
BLACK SILK CIRCULARS, at $9, “ “ sl2.
BLACK SILK MANTILLAS, at sl2, “ “ sls.
All our immense stock of more expensive garments re
duced in proportion to the above.
Also from Auction, a large stock of
FRENCH AND PUSHER L ICE MANTILLAS
AND POINTS,
at a great sacrifice on the costof importation, about 150,
at $5 each, worth more than double the price.
SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
STELLA SHAWLS, with Broche Borders, $2 50.
STELLA SHAWLS, with Broche Borders, $3.
LAMA SHAWLS (new styles,) at $3 60.
STRIPED BROCHE SHAWLS, at $3 50, $4, $f 50.
BARGAINS IN SUN UMBRELLAS.
A LI, SILK, at sl, worth $1 50.
SUN UMBRELLAS, Steel Frames and Carved Ivory Han
dles, atsl 25—former prices, $1 75.
SUN UMBRELLAS, Steel Frames and Car.ied Ivory Han
dles, (larger sizes,) at $1 50, $1 75, and s2—former pricey
$2 to $3.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
FAST COLOR PRINTS, choice styles, at 12lsC, and 13c.
BLEACHED SHIRTING MUSLINS, at
HEAVY TICKING, at 20c. and 22c.
LADIES’ BALMORAL SKIRTS, at $2, worth $3 50.
FINK SLATE LINENS, from auction, at 28c., worth 44c.
EMBROIDERED CURTAIN MUSLINS, at 20c., worth
35c.
EMP»KOIDERED CURTAIN MUSLINS, very rich, ftt
25c.; worth 40 c.
LADIES' LINEN HDKFS., at 9e., worth 12i£c.
GENTS’ LINEN HDFKS, very fine, at 25., worth 3s.
W. K. PEYTON,
No. 274 BOWERY, near Houston street.
Reduced prices this week—
BONNETS AND TRAVELING HATS.
SPANISH HATS in thousands at great bargains from
50 cents to[sls each. SUMMER BONNETS at $6. We
have slOl Leghorn Bonnets
L. BINN'S Millinery 581 Broadway,
Opposite Metropolitan.
gowewTO.
KJ I B L O’ S GARDES.-;
Manager and Wm. Wheatley.
FOURTH WEEK
AND
INCREASED EXCITEMENT
To witness John Brougham’s Romantic Drama, entitle*
THE DUKE’S MOTTO!
Pronounced
THE GREAT SENSaTION PLAY OF THE DAY.
The celebrated Irish Comedian and Vocalist,
Mr. COLLINS,
In his renowned character of
CARRICK FERGUS,
With the Songs of “WINK. BRIGHT WINE,” attdl
‘WHILE THERE 8 LIFE THERE’S HOPE.” Word«
of the. latter by John Brougham, and Music by H. B. Dt>il
worth.
Mr. WM. WHEATLEY
in liis great character of
OAPTAIN HENRI DE LAGARDERE.
PERFECT CAST.
SUPERB SCENERY.
ORIGINAL MUSIC,
RICH COSTUM4WL
PERFECT MECHANICAL EFFECTS,
NEW FURNITURE.
AND
GRAND CORPS DE BALLET.
THE GREAT DEMAND FOR SEATS
renders it necessary for the public to
SECURE THEM IN ADVANCE.
Box Sheet open dally, from 8 A. M. till 5 P. M.
Doors open at commences at 8; conclude >4 be*
fore 11.
AURA KEENE’S.—JANE ENGLISH’S
THEATRE.
THE EXTRAORDINYSUCCESS OF THE NEW COMEDY,
of the
WIVES OF PARIS,
which has filled the Theatre
FULL TO OVERFLOWING,
warranto the management in announcing the piece EVH
RY NIGHT till further notice,
with the addition of many
NEW FEATURES.
in SONGS, DANCES, BALLET AND PANTOMIME.
FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY IN COMBINATION.
With -the celebrated
TROUPE ST. DENIS.
ROSETA ON THE TIGHT ROPE.
ANGELO, in his wonderful act of Zampelaeroetratien.
MLLE. AGOUSTE AND MARIE, ALEXANDRE AGOV&-
TE, with a full corps, Ac. Ballet in the
WIVES OF PARIS, every night.
A L L A 6 K’S.—
Begins at 8.
LAST NIG IB T
of a most
BRILLIANTLY SUCCESSFUL SEASON.
MONDAY—Mrs. Inchbald’s comedy, (first time here.)
TO MARRY OR NOT TO MARRY.
Sir Oswin MortlandMr. Lester Wallack.
Lord DanberryMr. John Gilbert.
Mr. WillowearMr. Charles Fisher.
George Mr. Parkeg.
Richard Mr. Pope.
Thomas Mr. Turner.
Hester Miss Mary Gana®a.
Sarah Mortland (sister to Sir Oswin)Mrs. Vernou.
Lady Susan Courtly Miss Fanny Moraut.
Martha. Miss Carman.
Box office open from 8 A. M. to 4 P. M.
TV E W BO WERY THEATRE.—
Sole Proprietor Mr. J. W. Lnrootß*
MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS, June 22d and 33<|.
1863.
ANOTHER NEW DRAMA,
THE FELON’S BRAND;
OR,
THE SUSPECTED ONE.
The Nautical Drama of
YANKEE JACK ;
OR
THE BOLD BUCCANEERS.
MR. G. C. BONIFACE, Mrs. W. G. JONES.
Mr. GEO. BROOKES, Mr J. NUNAN,
And the whole Company in the Cast.
The roaring Farce of
A KISS IN THE DARK.
OLD BOWERY THEATRE.—
PRODUCTION OF THE NEW BURLESQUE.
THE DUKE’S WHAT IS IT.
Mr. G. L. FOX
As LAGERBIER.
MONDAY and TUESDAY, June 22,23,
The beautiful new drama of
THE SIXES ;
Or, THE DEMON'S DICE.
TrotmanMr. G. L. Fee.
Stulty-;; Mr. J. B. Studler.
Charlotte Miss B. DeariL
Dance Miss Lauis Browne
Overture—“Le Bossu”... arranged by A. Tyte
After which the side-tickling burlesque of
THE DUKE’S WHAT IS IT ;
OR,
I AM HERE, ALIVE AND KICKING.
Herr Lagerbier and the LumpackMr. G L Fox
Gocogas. from CarrickfurgusMr. C K’ F>k
Pepita (tiie Gipsey Gin)Miss Fanny Herrinr
With songs and dances.
MORE BLUNDERS THAN ONE.
Larry HoolaganMr. S. Bradshaw
June 26th, w
BENEFIT OF
MISS FANNY HERRING.
OX’S OLD BOWERY THEATRE.—.
BENEFIT!
BENEFIT!
BENEFIT I BENEFIT ! BENEFIT I
MTSS FANNY HERRING,
MISS FANNY HERRING.
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 26.
COMEDY.
DRAMA,
BURLESQUE,
PROTEAN FARCE.
SINGING AND DANCING.
MISS FANNY HERRING
WILL. ON THIS OCCASION,
Appear in her
MOST EFFECTIVE CHARACTERS
IX
BURLESQUE and COMEDY.
NUMEROUS SONGS and DANCES,
Supported by the Entire Company.
JJAKNUM’S AMERICAN MUSEUM.-
GENERAL TOM THUMB,
His beautiful aud accomplished
LITTLE WIFE,
Late Miss LAVINIA WARREtf,
The redoubtable
COMMODORE NUTT,
AND
MINNIE WARREN,
Have determined to spend another
FOU KT H OF JULY IN AMERICA.
And the Manager is gratified in being enabled to aunounoe
that he has induced them to
REMAIN AF THE MUSEUM
Till after that glorious anniversary. Hence they will re
main on exhibition every day and evening.
EVERY MORNING, AT 11 O'CLOCK,
In the Lecture Room, every part of which is froo to alt
reu Stratton; Patrick LavinlaW»r-
Napoleon Bonaparte, Gon. Tom Ihumb; T& Drummar
Com. Nutt; Ballad, “The Female Auctioneer,” Mrs.
vinia Stratton ; Grecian Statues, Gen. Tom Thumb; Sail
or’s Hornpipe, Com. Nutt; Duett, “The Lovers’ Quarrel,’*
Gen. Tom Thumb and Mrs. Lavinia Stratton ; The Polka,
Gen. Tom Thumb, Mrs. Stratton, Com. Nutt, and Minnio
Warren.
AFTERNOON and EVENING, beside their exhibition
on the Platform in the Main Hall of the Museum, at 2,5,
7>4 and 9 o’clock, they appear in the Lecture Room be
tween the acts of the Drama. First, they are contrasted
with other children, from 2 to 9 years of age. Duett.
“Matrimonial Sweets,” Com. Nutt and Minnie Warren ;
Polka, by the whole four ; Song, Mrs. Stratton ; Patrick
O’Fogerty, with song, Com. N utt; Napoleon, Glen. Tom
Thumb.
THE OLD FOLKS,
By the Whole Four. A new’ piece, prepared expressly
for them.
The GRAND AQUARIA, Learned Seal, Sea Lion, Mon
ster Bear, Living Anacondas, Wax Figures, and a Million
other Wonders from every quarter of tne globe.
The Manager has unbounded satisfaction in announcing
THE SPLENDID AND POPULAR DRAMA,
THE
DUKE’S DEVICE,
Every Abtmrnoon at 3 o’clock, and
Every Evening at '4 to 8.
Admission, 25 cents. Children under ten, 15 cento.
W-DBYANTS’.”
MECHANICS’ HALL. No. 472 BROADWAY.
MONDAY, June 22, and every night during the week,
BRYANTS’ MINSTRELS,
In the following brilliant and varied programme :
CHALLENGE DANCB,
SALLY, COME UP. LITTLE MAC'S ESSENCE.
BLACKSMITH’S JUBILEE,
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR.
Lucia, with grand Scena and Aria, HOWARD FABBRICO.
DAT’S WHAT’S DE MATTER.
ANDY'S BLUNDERS.
Mr. PuffyG W. Griffin I Handy Andy. ..Dan Bryant
Doors open at 7; Curtain rises at 8. Tickets 25 cents.
OOD’S MINSTREL HALL,
No. 514 BROADWAY, 514,
OPPOSITE THE ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL.
HENRY WOODSoIe Proprietor and Manager.
THE BEST VENTILATED HALL IN THE CITY.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
ANOTHER CHANGE OF PROGRAMME !
CONTINUED AND UNINTERRUPTED SUCCESS OF
THE WORLD-RENOWNED
WOOD’S MINSTRELS,
THE STARS OF THE PROFESSION.
MONDAY, June 22. and every evening during the week,
running the blockade,
THE SERIOUS FAMILY, THE GIBBLE GOBBLES,
HANDY ANDY.
KING COTTON, THE SILVER TRUMPET.
MASTER WOOD in POPULAR BALLADS,
THE ENTIRE TROUPE IN SONGS, DANCES, &c., <tc.
Doors open at 7; commence 8 o’clock. Tickets, 25 cents.
NOTICE.—No connection with any traveling company
assuming the name of ’’ Wood’s Minstrels.”
HE NEW IDEA,
THE NEW IDEA,
No. 485 BROADWAY.
IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK.
J. M. HAYES AND DICK SANDS,
Champion Clog Dancers of the world, in their trial of skilL
ZANFRETTA, G. GEARY,
LEVANTIN BROTHERS,
J. H. BUDWOKTH, J. SENIA.
J DOHERTY, W. THOMAS,
MASTER FRANK. J. C. TRAN KLIN,
and twenty other performers every night.
Monday—The Pantomine of
THE HUNCHBACK.
Great success of the stereop*
TICON.
IRVING HALL. NOW ON EXHIBITION.
FALLON’S GREAT WORK OF ART,
“THE STEREOPTICON,”
The Wonder and Marvel of the Age, reproducing Photo
graphic and Stereoscopic Views, covering a surface of 600
square feet, of all the celebrated places in the world.
700 PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS,
embracing every possible variety of Ancient and Modern
Statuary. Architecture and Scenery.
EXHIBITION EVERY EVENING, and
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS.
Tickets 25 cents ; children 15 cento.
Family tickets, admitting six persons, sl.
Doors open at 7*4 ; commence at 8 o’clock.
Great st. Nicholas casino.
And AQUARIAL GARDENS,
No. 509 BROADWAY, under tire St. Nicholas Hotel,
THE LARGEST and MOST MAGNIFICENT
PALACE OF FREE ENTERTAINMENT
IN THE KNOWN WORLD.
An entirely new and novel feature,
THE INVISIBLE SINGERS;
OH,
PHANTOM CHOIR,
Now for the first time introduced in this country.
• WM. BLYTHE.
THE WIZARD BUGLER,
In a brilliant selection of Musical Gems.
FIFTY HANDSOME YOUNG LADIES
To dispense Refreshments to visitors—al 1 ~ombino to rieu
der this the
BRIGHT STAR OF AMERICAN MUSIC ROOMS.
OPEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
VALENTINE & ALBURTUS. Lesseesand Managers.
ATU R E UNVEILED
AT THE
NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 618 BROADWAY.
PATHOLOGICAL
WONDERS
AT
THE NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 618 BROADWAY.
WONDER OF WONDERS
TO BE SEEN ONLY
AT THE
NEW YORK
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY,
No. 613 BROADWAY.
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